Arts and Culture 

Kevin Roche, 1922-2019

La arquitectura del trabajo

Kevin Roche, 1922-2019
Arts and Culture 

Kevin Roche, 1922-2019

La arquitectura del trabajo

María Teresa Muñoz 
01/06/2022


Ford Foundation, New York, 1963-1968

If the career of Kevin Roche had ended in 1981, the year his colleague and partner John Dinkeloo died, both would already have occupied a privileged place in architecture, particularly American architecture, of the second half of the 20th century. The genealogy of the firm Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates (KRJDA) dates back to the time, early in the 1950s, when the two of them joined the Finnish-American Eero Saarinen’s firm, where they stayed until the master’s death in 1961. Thereafter, besides completing some of Saarinen projects, such as the TWA terminal and the St. Louis Gateway Arch, they set up their own practice and together they completed works as outstanding as the Oakland Museum, the Ford Foundation, and the Knights of Columbus Building...[+]


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